A couple of showers might stick around past dark, but it will be otherwise quiet tonight. Low temperatures remain in the 60s. Fog will not be nearly as widespread. Some of the deeper valleys in the mountains will end up with fog by sunrise, as well as patchy fog along the Midcoast and Downeast.
Sunshine greets us Monday morning. By the afternoon, clouds will increase. High temperatures will range from near 80 at the coastline to the mid 80s inland, especially if the clouds take a little longer to thicken up.
Showers and storms fire up around 2 p.m., especially in the mountains. Some storms could be on the stronger side.
After dark, showers and storms dissipate. Lows will drop back into the 60s, with a handful of spots in the mountains trying to drop into the upper 50s.
Tuesday looks like a cloudy and cool day, with temperatures only in the 60s to low 70s and periods of rain.
The pattern will favor more unsettled weather in the morning Wednesday, but some spots could see some sunshine in the afternoon. Highs return to the 70s. Fog will also be an issue Wednesday morning.
Thursday looks like it could be a decent day along the shoreline, but clouds increase later on. Some showers or storms will be possible inland on Thursday afternoon. Showers are more likely Friday.
Have a great week.